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J. Carrol Naish

J. Carrol NaishAKA Joseph Patrick Carrol Naish

Born: 21-Jan-1896
Birthplace: New York City
Died: 24-Jan-1973
Location of death: La Jolla, CA
Cause of death: Emphysema
Remains: Buried, Calvary Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Sahara

Father: Patrick Sarsfield Naish
Mother: Catherine Moran
Wife: Gladys Heaney (m. 1929, until his death, one child)

    High School: St. Cecillia's Academy, New York City

    Golden Globe 1946 for A Medal for Benny
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 6145 Hollywood Blvd. (television)

    Dracula vs. Frankenstein (7-Aug-1972) · Dr. Frankenstein
    The Young Don't Cry (26-Jul-1957) · Plug
    This Could Be the Night (14-May-1957)
    Yaqui Drums (14-Oct-1956)
    Rebel in Town (30-Jul-1956)
    Desert Sands (18-Nov-1955) · Sgt. Diepel
    The Last Command (3-Aug-1955) · Gen. Santa Ana
    Violent Saturday (Apr-1955)
    Rage at Dawn (26-Mar-1955)
    Hit the Deck (3-Mar-1955)
    New York Confidential (18-Feb-1955)
    Sitting Bull (6-Oct-1954) · Sitting Bull
    Saskatchewan (30-Mar-1954)
    Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (2-Dec-1953) · Soak
    Ride the Man Down (25-Nov-1952)
    Clash by Night (18-Jun-1952) · Uncle Vince
    Denver and Rio Grande (16-May-1952)
    Bannerline (12-Oct-1951)
    Across the Wide Missouri (1-Oct-1951) · Looking Glass
    Mark of the Renegade (2-Aug-1951)
    Rio Grande (15-Nov-1950)
    The Toast of New Orleans (24-Aug-1950) · Nicky Duvalle
    Annie Get Your Gun (17-May-1950) · Sitting Bull
    Please Believe Me (12-May-1950) · Lucky Reilly
    Black Hand (11-Mar-1950) · Louis Lorelli
    That Midnight Kiss (22-Sep-1949) · Papa Donnetti
    Canadian Pacific (19-May-1949) · Dynamite Dawson
    The Kissing Bandit (18-Nov-1948) · Chico
    Joan of Arc (11-Nov-1948) · John, Count of Luxembourg, Her Captor
    The Fugitive (3-Nov-1947) · A Police Informer
    Carnival in Costa Rica (28-Mar-1947)
    Humoresque (25-Dec-1946) · Rudy Boray
    The Beast with Five Fingers (25-Dec-1946) · Ovidio Castanio
    Bad Bascomb (22-May-1946) · Bart Yancy
    Strange Confession (5-Oct-1945)
    The Southerner (30-Apr-1945) · Devers
    A Medal for Benny (16-Apr-1945)
    Getting Gertie's Garter (1945)
    House of Frankenstein (1-Dec-1944)
    Enter Arsene Lupin (24-Nov-1944)
    Dragon Seed (18-Jul-1944) · Jap Kitchen Overseer
    The Monster Maker (15-Apr-1944)
    The Whistler (30-Mar-1944) · The Killer
    Voice in the Wind (3-Mar-1944) · Luigi
    Gung Ho! (20-Dec-1943) · Lt. C. J. Cristoforos
    Calling Dr. Death (17-Dec-1943)
    Sahara (14-Oct-1943) · Giuseppe
    Behind The Rising Sun (1-Aug-1943) · Reo Seki
    The Batman (15-Apr-1943)
    Dr. Renault's Secret (19-Oct-1942)
    Tales of Manhattan (5-Aug-1942)
    The Pied Piper (8-Jul-1942)
    Jackass Mail (1-Jul-1942)
    Dr. Broadway (9-May-1942)
    Sunday Punch (8-May-1942) · Matt Bassler
    A Gentleman at Heart (16-Jan-1942) · Gigi
    The Corsican Brothers (28-Nov-1941) · Lorenzo
    Birth of the Blues (31-Oct-1941)
    Accent on Love (11-Jul-1941) · Manuel Lombroso
    Blood and Sand (22-May-1941) · Garabato
    That Night in Rio (11-Apr-1941)
    Mr. Dynamite (1-Mar-1941)
    Down Argentine Way (11-Oct-1940) · Casiano
    Golden Gloves (2-Aug-1940)
    Typhoon (17-May-1940)
    Island of Lost Men (16-Aug-1939)
    Beau Geste (2-Aug-1939)
    Persons in Hiding (10-Feb-1939)
    King of Alcatraz (30-Sep-1938)
    Bulldog Drummond in Africa (24-Aug-1938) · Richard Lane
    Her Jungle Love (13-Apr-1938)
    Thunder Trail (22-Oct-1937)
    Bulldog Drummond Comes Back (3-Sep-1937) · Mikhail Valdin
    Hideaway (13-Aug-1937) · Mike Clarke -- John Knox
    Think Fast, Mr. Moto (27-Jul-1937)
    Border Cafe (4-Jun-1937) · Rocky Alton
    Crack-Up (14-Dec-1936)
    The Charge of the Light Brigade (20-Oct-1936) · Subahdar-Maj. Puran Singh
    Ramona (25-Sep-1936) · Juan Can
    Anthony Adverse (29-Jul-1936) · Maj. Doumet
    Special Investigator (24-Apr-1936)
    Absolute Quiet (24-Apr-1936)
    Moonlight Murder (27-Mar-1936)
    Charlie Chan at the Circus (18-Mar-1936)
    The Robin Hood of El Dorado (13-Mar-1936) · Three Fingered Jack
    Exclusive Story (17-Jan-1936)
    Two in the Dark (10-Jan-1936) · Burt Mansfield
    Captain Blood (19-Dec-1935) · Cahusac
    Confidential (16-Oct-1935)
    Special Agent (14-Sep-1935)
    Little Big Shot (7-Sep-1935) · Bert
    Front Page Woman (11-Jul-1935) · Robert
    Black Fury (18-May-1935) · Steve
    The Lives of a Bengal Lancer (4-Jan-1935)
    The President Vanishes (17-Nov-1934)
    British Agent (15-Sep-1934) · Commissioner for War
    Upperworld (28-Apr-1934) · Lou
    The Mystery Squadron (22-Dec-1933)
    The Mad Game (27-Oct-1933)
    Ann Vickers (26-Sep-1933) · Dr. Sorell
    Captured! (17-Aug-1933)
    The Devil's in Love (21-Jul-1933)
    Elmer the Great (29-Apr-1933) · Jerry
    The World Gone Mad (15-Apr-1933)
    No Other Woman (6-Jan-1933) · Bonelli
    The Kid from Spain (17-Nov-1932)
    Tiger Shark (22-Sep-1932)
    Crooner (20-Aug-1932)
    Two Seconds (18-May-1932)
    The Famous Ferguson Case (14-May-1932) · Claude Wright
    The Mouthpiece (7-May-1932) · Tony Rocco
    The Beast of the City (13-Feb-1932)
    The Hatchet Man (4-Feb-1932) · Sun Yat Ming
    Gun Smoke (11-Apr-1931)
    The Royal Bed (15-Jan-1931) · Laker

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